In July 2013, our annual golf pilgrimage took us to Muirfield, East Lothian.
After a fantastic day on the course, the tigers were spotted on the beach in nearby North Berwick, as the sun came down, the fun continued.
Some tigers on the beach at North Berwick
Having been to Barcelona, Seattle, Dublin, Whistler in British Columbia and then Madrid all in one week, I thought it was time to come closer to home and reflect at the weekend on domestic sporting events of epic proportions – and nothing comes close to the British Open Golf Championship; especially if you are dressed as a tiger for the weekend.
It has to be said that this was a special day!
East Lothian Local constabulary working with the gamekeepers to round up the tigers and one stray lion.
The golf was amazing, but sadly Tiger was not up to scratch – even with our support he never delivered the result we were all hoping for.
Gullane Bents is a beautiful setting for an early morning or early evening walk.
The combination of a sweeping long beach coupled to undulating dunes looking out over
to Fife and the Firth of Forth, is a real treat as well as a mouthful at sunrise or sunset.